29 & 30 September 2015, Istanbul
Capacity Eurasia offers the latest developments on wholesale telecommunications, content services, political risks, M&A, financing and emerging technologies. Connecting East and West, the event gathers representatives from Europe, Asia, MENA, Russia and CIS and offers a touch point for the Eurasian telecoms ecosystem to build on existing and new partnerships.
Scope of attendance: the event features an abundance of new companies and increased attendance from the entire telecoms ecosystem. Meet with representatives from carriers, data centres, investors, content providers, vendors and more…
Networking advantage: with more than 10 hours of dedicated meeting time and a personalised meeting planner to personally contact every company in attendance, the business opportunities are greater than ever
Knowledge centre: moving beyond wholesale and providing a C-Level speaker line up, the event offers a targeted agenda focussing on the latest developments shaping the telecommunications industry in Eurasia
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Sales - sponsorship, exhibition, meeting rooms and meeting tables:
Petra Callaly, Head of Commercial Development
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7779 7229
Nehreen Azim, Senior Conference Producer
Tel: + 44 (0) 20 7779 7290
What do our attendees say?
“Capacity Eurasia is an important event and the reason was a reoccurring theme on all the panel discussions – Eurasia is a strategic, underutilised market that holds a lot of potential for carriers wanting to explore an alternative route to the existing traditional route. This speaks to us as a carrier as we believe one of our value added propositions is diversity in terms of service and in terms of geographic reach.“ Mohamed Elagazy, SVP, International Relations, Business Development & Strategy, GBI
Cengiz Oztelcan of Türk Telekom International talks to CapacityTV
Courtesy of Capacity publishing, see an interview with Cengiz Oztelcan, CEO of Türk Telekom International, as he talks about the development of Turkey - the international hub between Europe and the Middle East region.